How To Handle an Overactive Bladder at Night
by Gary Sattin on Oct 20, 2022
Everyone deserves a good night’s rest. Those with incontinence may struggle to obtain this because of an overactive bladder. If you’re tired of always running to the bathroom, read this guide on how to handle an overactive bladder at night.
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Limit Eating and Drinking
It’s never a wise idea to eat before bedtime. However, this sentiment is especially true for those with incontinence. Here are some things to keep in mind:
- Certain foods and drinks irritate the bladder, which may have you running to the bathroom at nighttime.
- Try not to drink up to two hours before you go to sleep so that your bladder’s empty when your head hits the pillow.
- You can wear adult incontinence products to protect you as you sleep.
No one wants to exercise at night. But adding Kegel exercises into your nightly routine will help strengthen your bladder so that you don’t have to get up. Start by keeping your body straight on the bed. Then, lift your knees so they’re in a bent position. Finally, lift your pelvis up in the air to make your bladder stronger.
This article has shown how to handle an overactive bladder at night. Hopefully, these tips will limit the number of accidents you have while sleeping. Still, remember there’s nothing to be ashamed of. Millions of individuals suffer from an overactive bladder, and as long as you treat it, you’ll lead a full life.